Drew Bledsoe gives shoutout to Josh Allen

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Bills quarterback Josh Allen finished the 2020 NFL season with the fifth-most passing yards of any quarterback in the NFL, 4,544 in total. In terms of his team, it was much higher than No. 5.

Allen’s passing yards now sits alone at the mountain top in terms of Bills QBs, as he surpassed Drew Bledsoe’s previous single-season record in Week 17 against the Miami Dolphins. Allen, playing in half a game, had 224 passing yards, completing 18 of his 25 passes.

Following that effort, Bledsoe gave a tip of the cap to Bledsoe on social media, congratulating the QB and giving Bills fans a shoutout, too:

Bledsoe held that record since 2002 when he threw for 4,359 passing yards. That season was his lone Pro Bowl with the Bills. Allen earned his first Pro Bowl in 2020 as well.

Allen will look to continue surpassing Bledsoe this upcoming weekend, too. Bledsoe did not record a postseason win during his career and Allen hope for the first of his career against the Indianapolis Colts at Bills Stadium on Saturday.

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